1. AKA_TEKK's Avatar
    Hello,

    I'm looking a way to change dialpad sound (phone), I did'nt see in CUSTOMIZE...

    thx
    2008-03-18 06:21 PM
  2. nicoand's Avatar
    use ibrickr very easy i have works like a jum
    2008-03-18 07:17 PM
  3. fullquiver8's Avatar
    If you SSH into the phone you can change the sounds to anything you want. I changed the sounds to speaking the numbers. Just go into System/Library/audio/uisounds and change all the dtmf files to whatever caf files you want. if you create a aiff file you can just change it to caf and import it into the phone and it will work great. If you need more info let me know.
    Thanks
    2008-03-21 04:13 PM
  4. desepticon's Avatar
    i believe the filepath is actually /UIsounds

    with the caps
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    2008-03-21 04:18 PM
  5. westentertainer's Avatar
    If you SSH into the phone you can change the sounds to anything you want. I changed the sounds to speaking the numbers. Just go into System/Library/audio/uisounds and change all the dtmf files to whatever caf files you want. if you create a aiff file you can just change it to caf and import it into the phone and it will work great. If you need more info let me know.
    Thanks
    hi were do i get the spoken sounds from thanks
    2008-03-21 07:35 PM
  6. eggnoolde's Avatar
    You can find it here:

    http://sharebee.com/8fafd6e9

    I think these files are .aif format. I use iTune to convert it to .aiff format and then drag it into a folder i created on the desktop (name the folder anything you want ie...Speaktone, or something) and then rename those files to .caf (dtmf-0.caf, dtmf-1.caf etc....these are the file name in the iPhone) then highlight those files and SSH into iPhone -Systems/Library/Audio/UISounds.

    It will ask if you want to overwrite these files, select YES. Restart iPhone or restart springboad.

    remember to copy the original files just incase you mess up and need to put them back in!

    good luck!

    Thanks to 7dB the Creator and "thePunishERD"
    2008-03-23 08:42 PM
  7. duca750's Avatar
    how do you do all of this
    2008-05-16 06:03 AM
  8. sfaguy's Avatar
    You can find it here:

    Download links - Sharebee.com, the one and only online file hosting distribution service.

    I think these files are .aif format. I use iTune to convert it to .aiff format and then drag it into a folder i created on the desktop (name the folder anything you want ie...Speaktone, or something) and then rename those files to .caf (dtmf-0.caf, dtmf-1.caf etc....these are the file name in the iPhone) then highlight those files and SSH into iPhone -Systems/Library/Audio/UISounds.

    It will ask if you want to overwrite these files, select YES. Restart iPhone or restart springboad.

    remember to copy the original files just incase you mess up and need to put them back in!

    good luck!

    Thanks to 7dB the Creator and "thePunishERD"
    hi there,

    i wanted to change the default call waiting to my own sound, so

    1. i created my own sound ct-call-waiting.caf
    2. then i SSH to iphone /Systems/Library/Audio/UISounds
    3. then i uploaded and replace ct-call-waiting.caf
    4. i tested it using cyberduck and it has my own sound

    then i rebooted my iPhone, tested the call waiting sound, yet it still plays the old one? did i change the right file???
    2008-12-25 02:17 AM
  9. sfaguy's Avatar
    does anyone have an idea why changing ct-call-waiting.caf did not work for me?
    2008-12-31 12:46 AM
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